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31. learning | 04 Feb 2012
Easy English news
» SimSimi, a popular Korean-developed conversation application, has Culture and ICT ministry officials worried. It seems it has learned too much of the naughty side of the Thai language. (updated)
32. learning | 20 Dec 2010
» Policies to preserve a country's ancient culture, language and culinary traditions and promote them to the outside world are an essential part of economic and political development.
33. learning | 28 Jun 2013
Really easy English news
» Reports say Thai students are not doing well in English. Here is a really easy English story to help them get started reading the news in English, an excellent way to develop language skills to a high level.
34. news | 08 Dec 2013
» The Education Ministry is pushing reforms it says will enhance English language proficiency among students and teachers.
35. lifestyle | 29 Nov 2013
» Mary is happy, Mary is happy _ say it twice, like a mindless mantra, and the prescription for teenage bliss takes on a melancholic undertone.
36. learning | 13 Dec 2011
» New website provides reliable information by top doctors in the Thai language for quick self-education about your medical problems.
37. learning | 20 Oct 2012
Learning Thai from Post Today
» Here’s a follow-up story on the death of former King Sihanouk. Once again the Thai is extremely respectful, following the tradition of using special language for royalty.
38. lifestyle | 31 Oct 2013
» Pakistani-born Jamil Ahmad has mastered the Japanese language. The corporate competitiveness manager at HSBC Global Asset Management Japan says experience is one of the best tools to mastering anything a person sets thei...
39. learning | 29 Oct 2013
» Collapse of Credit Co-Op shows regulation needed, India outsources English language voice to Philippines & Bangkok Makkasan land to clear State Railway debt.
40. learning | 23 Jul 2012
Easy English news
» Not long ago, taxi driver Wiset Bangwiset's English language vocabulary consisted of 'yes', no' and 'OK'. Now, thanks to a one-day course, he’s actually conversing with foreign passengers.